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Spanish translation of “incubate”

incubate

verb /ˈiŋkjubeit/
to produce (young birds) from eggs by sitting on them or by keeping them warm by some other means
incubar
Fertile eggs should be incubated within seven days of being laid.
(of germs or disease) to develop until signs of the disease appear
incubar
How long does chickenpox take to incubate?
incubation noun
incubación
the period of incubation for cholera.
incubator noun a heated box-like apparatus for hatching eggs or a similar one for rearing premature babies etc.
incubadora
(Definition of incubate from the Password English-Spanish Dictionary © 2013 K Dictionaries Ltd)
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